Biker Tony killed in road crash hor­ror

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Manch­ester scouts came and pre­sented the ‘Worker Bee’ badge to our group, in mem­ory of the two girls we trag­i­cally lost. The cer­e­mony al­lowed us to re­mem­ber what hap­pened, and show how we must all come to­gether and make the world a bet­ter place.”

It was an­nounced by the Greater Manch­ester scouts that more than 80,000 badges have been sold world­wide, in­clud­ing in China, the US and New Zealand. The badges are classed as an “oc­ca­sional badge” mean­ing they can be worn on uni­forms for 12 months be­fore be­ing sewn onto camp blan­kets.

Michelle added: “We will be wear­ing our badges with pride for the next 12 months.”

One of the ‘worker bee’ badges awarded to mem­bers of Orm­skirk Tar­leton scouts

Po­lice at the scene of the crash, on the A5 near Betws-y-Coed, north Wales, and, left, the queue build­ing up on the ap­proach to the ac­ci­dent HADYN IBALL

Orm­skirk Tar­leton scouts line up or a grou phot e ow af­ter re­ceiv­ing thei ‘worker bee’ badge

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